At the gateway to Prémeaux, the southern boundary of Le Clos de Corvées follows the line of a flat stone paved track, quite unique here on the Côte. This track would have been used by the monks of Saint-Vivant-Sous-Vergy around the 10th century, and was originally a roman road. The re-establishment of Clos de Corvées, partitioned in the middle ages, is thanks to the shared passion of two men: the founder of the renowned winemerchants Geisweiler, in the late 19th century, and the French General Denis Joseph Gouachon, at the turn of the 20th century. This ‘climat’ (plot) covers 5.21 hectares and is one of the Côtes’ largest vinyards under single tenancy.
Nuits-Saint-Georges 1er Cru Clos des Corvées Monopole Vieilles Vignes
An exceptional wine, made from “millerandés”. The nobility of Nuits-Saint-Georges.